Hatch unveiled its new cloud-based mobile technology for early education, iStartSmart Mobile, that delivers interactive learning activities and progress monitoring tools in a tablet device.
Faced with a surge in mobile devices, Utah State University and Morrisville State College have deployed cutting-edge wireless networks that act like air traffic-control systems, managing flow and optimizing performance.
In developing a mobile strategy, schools must navigate a technology field that is evolving at tremendous speed. CT looks at the key questions facing colleges and universities.
While data consumption continues to rise--owing to the growing number of consumers purchasing smartphones and tablets--mobile device users are still wary about the security of their data, according to a new report released Monday by Oracle.
With the release of the iPad and other tablets, netbooks were consigned to the scrap heap of history, right? Not so fast.
Purdue Research Foundation's Office of Technology Commercialization has a launched a service to quickly bring mobile applications developed with university resources to market.
The Kuali Foundation has released Kuali People Management for the Enterprise (KPME) 1.0. KPME is an open source human resources and payroll system for higher education. The group also released Kuali Mobility Enterprise 1.0, an open source framework for connecting campus information and services to any mobile device.
University College at Texas Tech University is using RightNow Technologies customer relationship suite to connect and provide services to students through Facebook and mobile devices.
Small private college Abilene Christian University has entered the fourth academic year of its mobile education initiatives, and the program's momentum and influence is still growing.
The results of a nationwide survey about technology in higher education suggest that the growth of mobile computing on campus has been dramatic in the last year, but that despite the attention paid to cloud computing, most universities are taking a wait-and-see approach for most applications beyond e-mail.